PCMH, CINs, ACOs, PI, PQRS, ICD-10, MACRA . . . Is the Bowl of Alphabet Soup Getting Harder to Digest?
We Can Help.
Health care practices in North Carolina face many challenges. Our quality improvement coaches (QICs) are trained to work with you to transform the way in which care is delivered in your practice. We provide on-site training and assistance on the tools and systems you need to provide consistent, high-quality care to all patients all the time; complete today’s work today; and prepare your practice for value-based payment initiatives.
WHY WAIT? SIGN UP THROUGH YOUR LOCAL AHEC TODAY.
On-Site Coaches for High-Quality Care
To date, NC AHEC’s on-site coaches have helped more than 6,000 providers at 1,400 practices move toward promoting interoperability (formerly meaningful use) of their electronic health records; over 500 practices improve office systems for better care; and more than 300 practices achieve patient-centered medical home recognition.
Quality Improvement Consulting
We provide expert, on-site quality improvement consulting as well as workshops, training, webinars, peer-to-peer learning events and group collaboratives to enhance care and improve patient and care team satisfaction. We combine informed, technical knowledge with seasoned practicality to help practices improve patient care outcomes.
QPP and MIPS: We’re Here to Help You!
The North Carolina Area Health Education Centers (NC AHEC) and Alliant Quality are working together to help small practices in North Carolina understand and successfully participate in the CMS Quality Payment Program (QPP) Merit-based Incentive Program (MIPS). This support for QPP MIPS is available at no cost to you. You may reach us for local, in-state support at 919-445-3508 or QPPSupport@ncahec.net.
Please help us understand more about your practice and your need for assistance with MIPS by completing this short survey. Your time is appreciated!
The link is as follows:
NC AHEC QPP MIPS Support Survey
For more information about the program, please visit:
Maintenance of Certification (MOC), Part IV
Twelve months of active engagement in a Quality Improvement project with an AHEC practice-based performance improvement coach qualifies as an Alternative Activity for Maintenance of Certification for Family Physicians (MC-FP), Part IV, credit by the American Board of Family Practice.
For more information on how to use your participation in the NC AHEC Practice Support Program to earn MOC Part IV credit, contact Monique Mackey by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone at 919.445.3501.
Promoting Interoperability (formerly Meaningful Use)
For information on the NC Medicaid EHR Incentive Program, which offers $63,750 in federal funds for demonstrating Promoting Interoperability, visit ncdhhs.gov.
Meet Our Team
We all share the responsibility of ensuring quality health care is delivered to the citizens of North Carolina. Collaboration is key to achieving this goal. We appreciate our partners for their support of NC AHEC Practice Support.